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HKR Architects PPP portfolio

  1. 1. HKR : PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS Public Private Partnerships Hotels & Resorts
  2. 2. HKR : PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS Mixed Use HKR’s approach to architecture and design is a collaborative process Offices where we work in partnership with our clients, end-users and Residential stakeholders. This approach is particularly suited to the design and Retail delivery of PPP projects. We believe shared ownership delivers better design and commercial success. Masterplanning & Urban Design Hotels & Resorts Education Health Interior Architecture Public Private Partnerships HKR Architects is an international architecture and design practice with offices in Dublin, London, Manchester, Belfast, Prague and Bucharest. HKR’s portfolio of projects spans several sectors – mixed use, offices, residential, Public Private Partnerships retail, hotels & resorts, education and health. The practice has dedicated capabilities in masterplanning & urban design and in Public Private Partnership projects. It also specialises in the design and fitout of interiors for all types of buildings. HKR has been designing buildings and environments since 1992 and has gained award-winning status internationally, providing design-led solutions that are functional and commercial, and highly specific to clients’ needs.
  3. 3. HKR : PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS HKR : PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS Our Practice We offer robust commercial solutions, along with cutting-edge creativity HKR Architects was established in 1992 We are committed to the design of Our international network allows us to and since then has grown to become one buildings on a collaboration basis, deliver to our clients best practice from any of the leading international architecture working closely with clients, end-users market around the world and to provide and design practices in the world. solutions that are creative, innovative and and other stakeholders to deliver better commercially sound. With over 250 design professionals and design. offices in Dublin, London, Manchester, We currently have projects in Ireland, the Belfast, Prague and Bucharest, we UK, Central Europe and the Middle East. provide international experience and local knowledge wherever a project is based.
  4. 4. HKR : PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS HKR : PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS Our Services Architecture, Masterplanning & Urban Design, Interior Architecture Our core services are architecture, This range of expertise allows us to Our buildings take inspiration from their masterplanning & urban design, and interior service the diverse nature of buildings surroundings – they are influenced by architecture. which are procured by Public Private HKR’s core design principles: placemaking, Partnerships. innovation, efficiency, sustainability and Our portfolio of projects spans several elegance. sectors – mixed use, offices, residential, retail, hotels & resorts, education, health, We have been designing buildings and justice and infrastructure. environments around the world since 1992 and have gained award-winning We also have dedicated capabilities in status internationally, providing design- masterplanning & urban design and provide led solutions that are both functional and interior design and fitout services for all commercial and are highly specific to our types of buildings. clients’ needs.
  5. 5. HKR : PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS HKR : PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS Public Private Partnerships As defined by the Department of Finance In the last decade the use of PPPs has At HKR we have developed a particular in Ireland, a Public Private Partnership become more frequent in Ireland, the UK expertise in the realm of Public Private (PPP) is an arrangement between the and Europe. Partnerships where our knowledge of public and private sectors (consistent public sector projects, allied to our focus with a broad range of possible partnership With many successful PPP projects on commercially sound design, enables structures) with clear agreement on completed, Government policy foresees us to deliver winning designs for a range shared objectives for the delivery of public increased use of PPPs as a means of of major projects in sectors such as social infrastructure and/or public services by the providing facilities in sectors such as housing, housing, mixed use schemes, education, private sector that would otherwise have education, infrastructure, healthcare and health, justice and infrastructure. been provided through traditional public justice. sector procurement.
  6. 6. HKR : PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS HKR : PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS Our approach to Public Private Partnerships HKR’s approach to architecture and Our work on these schemes has given us At HKR we are fully cognisant of the design is a collaborative process where a deep understanding of issues central risks and complexities associated with we work in partnership with our clients, to the PPP process including value the procurement of PPP projects and end-users and stakeholders. This approach engineering, risk transfer and whole life always seek to ensure that our service is is particularly suited to the design and design. This expertise, allied to the track tailored to meet the specific needs of each delivery of PPP projects. record of the practice in the delivery of particular project. quality design, allows us to contribute HKR has been involved as architects in a HKR understands the contractual and effectively to the design and delivery of significant number of major PPP projects legal frameworks within which PPP PPP projects across all sectors. including a number of residential/mixed projects are procured and delivered and use developments for Dublin City Council, has frequently taken the lead role in the major prison facilities for the Irish Prison design management of PPP projects which Service, the Metro North project for the have required the input of large multi-role Irish Railway Procurement Agency, the design teams. Prendergast Vale School for UK’s Building Schools for the Future programme (BSE), and the Rohansky Ostrov masterplan for the city of Prague.
  7. 7. HKR : PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS HKR : PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS Projects
  8. 8. HKR : PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS HKR : PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS 01 Thornton Hall : Ireland 01 This 1.5 million sq ft new prison facility on a 150 acre site in north west Dublin is being developed under a PPP procedure on behalf of the Irish Prison Service. The new prison will accommodate 1,400 offenders in 9 separate residential facilities, with expansion capacity to 2,200. Encompassing centralised support services, including visiting, healthcare, sports, catering and administration facilities, this new prison will provide accommodation for adult male and female, plus juvenile, remand and immigration populations in all security categories. 01 Reception entrance 02 Reception block
  9. 9. HKR : PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS HKR : PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS 01 Liberty Corner : Ireland 02 Liberty Corner is a landmark civic building The diversity of uses have been carefully located in the North East Inner City designed by HKR Architects and Regeneration area in the centre of Dublin. implemented to co-exist in harmony with the existing architectural environment… The development of Liberty Corner is the this building has acted as a catalyst for product of a Public Private Partnership further urban regeneration in the area. between Dublin City Council and the ‘Dublin City Council’ developers. The cultural elements of the project are run by Dublin City Council since the building was completed in 2005. This is a complex mixed use project of 100,000 sq ft which includes an arts centre, Ireland’s largest dance centre, a crèche, retail and enterprise units, and 65 private apartments. The buildings make up an entire city block and form the new urban edge of Foley Park, James Joyce Street and Foley Street. 01 Dance Space 02 View from Foley Street
  10. 10. HKR : PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS HKR : PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS 03 01 02 The mixed, one, two and three bed 65 private residential apartments surround a first floor landscaped courtyard. The courtyard area is shared by the cultural functions of the building and this provides additional life and vitality to this often ill conceived but fundamental amenity of urban living. The apartments have brick façades to the streets, incorporating brick returns to balconies in order to express the solidity and quality of the material. The public elements of the building are made of rich Jura limestone with large glazed panels expressing the 7 metre high dance studios and cultural spaces within. The ground floor enterprise and retail areas are clad in dark Kilkenny limestone which provides a durable and timeless quality to the building base and public areas. 01 View from park 02 Landscaped courtyard 03 Internal detail
  11. 11. HKR : PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS HKR : PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS 01 02 The municipal arts building houses ‘Dance Space’, the new home for The Association of Professional Dancers of Ireland. The building contains 7 world standard dance studios with 7 metre clear ceilings and carefully considered natural lighting through full height picture windows and ‘Reglit’ glass panels. It also contains teaching spaces, changing rooms and administration spaces as well as a café at ground floor. The arts centre is known as ‘The Lab’ and contains a large double height ground floor exhibition space, large flexible studio spaces, specific artists’ studios and administration facilities. 01 View from Dance Space 02 Dance Studio
  12. 12. HKR : PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS HKR : PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS 01 Metro North : Ireland 02 The Metro North project was selected The service is based on the ‘Stadtbahn’ by the Irish Rail Procurement Agency concept of a light rail system running for development as a PPP scheme to within tunnels or on elevated sections in enable the best whole-life management congested areas with a greater capacity approach to the redesign, construction, than normal tram-based systems. maintenance and operation of this key piece of transport infrastructure for the Metro North has a forecast passenger city of Dublin. demand of approximately 6,000 passengers per direction per hour in 2016. Metro North will serve an 18km corridor The new transport system will be designed from Belinstown in the north via Dublin and built to offer an initial capacity of Airport to St Stephen’s Green in the city 10,000 passengers per direction per hour, centre. with the capability to increase this to 20,000 passengers per direction per hour. HKR is the lead architect in a multinational consortium bidding for the Metro North PPP Scheme. The project will be carried out on the basis of a design, build, finance, operate and maintain contract, having a term of the construction period plus 25 years from the service commencement date. 01 Train detail 02 Metro station
  13. 13. HKR : PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS HKR : PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS 01 Lewisham BSF : UK 02 Lewisham Building Schools for the Future The feasibility studies have been (BSF) is the largest ever investment in used by Partnerships for Schools, the Lewisham’s school estate located in the UK Government agency for the BSF Greater London area. Over the next ten programme, as examples of best practice. years there will be nine schools either All local authorities in the UK in future rebuilt or substantially refurbished. phases will now be given HKR drawings as templates for their own programmes. HKR has advised the Borough with feasibility studies for six of the sites with As a result of this work HKR has been the largest site, Sedgehill, taken to RIBA commissioned for further feasibility studies Stage C. for Lewisham’s Special Educational Needs (SEN) schools. We have also advised the Borough on the selection of the consortium to implement the schemes and the detail design of the first two. The work extends to an ongoing research project - Lewisham’s Future Classrooms - in which design is used to enhance the classroom environment. 01 Sketch axonometric of sample scheme, Catford School 02 Sketch axonometric of Addey and Stanhope School
  14. 14. HKR : PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS HKR : PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS 01 Prendergast Vale School : UK 02 HKR has submitted design proposals to The proposals show a new school Lewisham Borough located in the Greater landscape and boundary enclosure with London area for a new 835 place two buildings and a connecting canopy all-through school. forming the northern edge. The western building is the sports hall raised over The design approach aims to create an the dining room and covered veranda attractive, calm learning environment with for outside dining and dry play. The a strong connection between buildings and eastern building contains all the academic landscape. accommodation, reception, administration and halls. The design brief for the site emphasised the concept of family. The benefits of The space between the two buildings all-through education are seen to include provides the play area for the youngest continuity of educational development, children, while the space to the south supportive mentoring of young children provides the play area for the older children. by older and a wide range of facilities To provide close contact between inside available to all. It insists on a single and outside teaching all primary year rooms institution rather than the co-location of open onto their respective play areas. both primary and secondary school. 01 View from atrium 02 View from urban sauare 03 South elevation 03
  15. 15. HKR : PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS HKR : PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS 01 The Digital Hub : Ireland 02 The Digital Hub is an initiative backed by The proposed plans for the balance of the the Irish Government and set up to attract site consist of nearly 300 apartments, and develop a global digital centre within an additional 140,000 sq ft of offices, the city of Dublin, which will be home for shops, bars and a shop-front showcase for digital media and innovation companies. The Digital Hub to be known as ‘Digital Underground’. There are at present over 50 such companies on the site, which previously HKR is the lead architect on the proposed formed part of the Guinness St James’ plans for the Windmill site, one of two Gate Brewery. sites for The Digital Hub. The Windmill site is seen as having a greater economic and The aim of The Digital Hub Development cultural significance for the revival of the Agency is to provide additional office run-down Thomas Street area. It is also accommodation in the region of 75,000 sq ft. seen as symbolic for the city’s 21st century technological future as it will be located on one of Dublin’s oldest industrial site. 01 Residential view 02 Masterplan
  16. 16. HKR : PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS HKR : PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS As part of HKR’s design, several late 18th and early 19th century industrial buildings will be retained and reused including the largest surviving Smock Windmill in 01 Europe. Commercial units on lower levels will be combined with Digital Hub offices and apartments overhead to allow a mix of uses in every part of this 3.2 acre city block. At the heart of the design is the monumental brick Windmill which will form an entrance to the Digital Underground space, with taller elements including a 16 storey office building being the most prominent point of reference. 02 01 Model 02 View from St James’ Gate
  17. 17. HKR : PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS HKR : PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS 01 Conventlands : Ireland 02 HKR was appointed to bring forward Residential units will be provided in a design proposals for the former variety of new urban blocks, as well as Conventlands located between Amiens in converted former Convent buildings Street and Gardiner Street in Dublin’s and will include accommodation for the north inner city. Salesian priests. This urban renewal scheme is part of Integral to the design brief is the provision a PPP proposed by Dublin City Council of a new area office for Dublin City which called for the urban design and Council, a building that will be capable of analysis of these former Convent buildings, providing a local focus and resource for as well as the introduction of new internal the existing and proposed communities. streets, route ways and public spaces. HKR‘s proposal for this 2.1 acre parcel of land includes 177 residential units in 3 blocks ranging in heights from 2 to 8 storeys. 01 Model 02 View from road 03 Sketches 03 02
  18. 18. HKR : PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS HKR : PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS 01 Oscar Traynor Road : Ireland 02 HKR Architects is the lead architect on this Public Private Partnership proposal by the Ascon Durkan Newlyn consortium and Dublin City Council. The proposal is for the development of the 42 acre site at the junction of the M1 and Oscar Traynor Road in north Dublin. The scheme, which has been designed in collaboration with Make Architects, Henchion & Reuter Architects, Gehl Architects and Whitelaw & Turkington Landscape Architects, features a major new urban park surrounded by over 650 residential units and ancillary developments including retail, hotel, crèche and educational facilities. 01 Riverview 02 Streetscape
  19. 19. HKR : PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS HKR : PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS 01 Bridgefoot Street : Ireland 03 Bridgefoot Street is part of a PPP proposal for Dublin City Council which called for a new urban strategy prioritising sustainable design and high quality public spaces which would integrate with the existing surrounding apartments and the Digital Hub scheme in Dublin city centre. HKR is acting as lead architect on this mixed use development. The development will include a crèche, community centre and a park, plus a mixture of 184 apartments and live/work units with commercial and retail space at ground level. The scheme will create a new vibrant urban area in this part of the inner city. The scheme is contained within 2 main buildings designed around large public courtyards with the community centre located in the public park opposite. It will 02 result in an intricate and permeable urban environment that generates a high quality mixed use development as well as large usable open spaces 01 Detail 02 Sketch 03 Streetscape
  20. 20. HKR : PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS HKR : PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS 01 02 03 01 View from road 02 Aerial view 03 Sketch
  21. 21. HKR : PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS HKR : PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS 01 St. Michael’s Estate : Ireland 02 HKR Architects acted as joint architects together with 100,000 sq ft of ancillary and design team leaders for the accommodation including retail, crèche, design of this 700,000 sq ft mixed use management and other community development on a 3.8 hectare site at St facilities. Michael’s Estate, south west of Dublin The proposal by the team exceeded city centre. Dublin City Council’s aspiration for the development and set a new benchmark The project was a PPP proposal, sponsored for successful high-quality sustainable by Dublin City Council for a client urban regeneration. consortium which included Pierse Construction, Howard Holdings and The scheme sought to support the Corcoran Jennison. creation of a new diverse community which benefits from the same level of HKR worked in collaboration with Shay activities and facilities as found in other Cleary Architects, Gehl Architects and vibrant well-established neighbourhoods Dermot Foley Landscape Architects in the city. in the development of the scheme, which proposed 600 residential units 01 Site plan 02 Streetscape
  22. 22. HKR : PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS HKR : PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS 01 O’Devaney Gardens : Ireland 02 HKR acted as architects for this PPP HKR’s design for the site proposes the proposal for the redevelopment of construction of a total of 996 residential O’Devaney Gardens, a 1940s Local units together with associated community, Authority residential complex near the retail and commercial facilities. Phoenix Park in Dublin’s north inner city. The residential accommodation will be provided in a mix of unit types ranging HKR’s client for the scheme is a from 2 storey houses to apartments in consortium headed by Corcoran Jennison, 9 storey blocks. Boston-based property developers and managers, and Pierse Construction. The design development process involved a close collaboration with Corcoran The existing building stock on the Jennison, whose particular expertise in 6 hectare site had become rundown and the management of major social housing Dublin City Council decided to demolish complexes in the US brought a thorough the complex and redevelop the site as and informed end-user focus to bear on all a mixed market, affordable and social aspects of the design process. housing scheme by means of a Public Private Partnership arrangement. 01 Aerial view of model 02 Aerial view of model
  23. 23. HKR : PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS HKR : PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS 01 Enniscorthy Courthouse : Ireland 02 02 HKR was commissioned by the Irish Courts Service to undertake extensions and renovations to the Courthouse at Enniscorthy, Co. Wexford, in the south of Ireland. The accommodation to be provided includes new prisoner holding areas, meeting facilities for solicitors and clients, and secure vehicular access, in addition to a general upgrade of facilities for all users of the building. The environmental services installation is also being refurbished and measures are being taken to ensure compliance with statutory access and Health & Safety requirements. The requirements of the Courts Service ‘Courthouse Design Guide’ are also being implemented. 03 01 Site plan 02 Proposed elevation 1 03 Proposed elevation 2
  24. 24. HKR : PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS HKR : PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS 01 The Maze : Northern Ireland 02 HKR’s masterplan for this 360 acre site The development will deliver approximately provides the structuring principles to 4,000 jobs and 2,500 homes in a guide the development of this largest community which will be culturally rich, regeneration site in Northern Ireland. with great architecture and a beautiful landscape, with strong links to the growing The plan integrates the two anchor city of Lisburn as well as Belfast and Dublin. components of the Government’s strategy for the site – the Stadium and the International Centre for Conflict Transformation with a serpentine mile long park. The plan also includes the establishment of a living and working community which provides a high quality environment with a range of uses including housing, offices, business premises, specialist activities and support services such as a school and health clinic. 01 View from waterfront 02 Aerial view
  25. 25. 01 Rohansky Ostrov : Czech Republic 02 Sekyra Group, one of the largest developers Sitting alongside the new park of Zeleny in Central Europe, commissioned HKR to Ostrov are the existing communities design a masterplan in support of their of Karlin, Invalidovna and Liben. None bid for this prime city centre site along the of these communities have a direct river in Prague. relationship to the new park without this masterplan. HKR’s proposed design was the winning bid. The masterplan delivers almost 4 million sq ft of prime city centre development, rehabilitating two existing neighbourhoods and adding a third. These are all centred on a new riverfront park for the city. Housing is being created for the young executives that will work in the new office buildings, with significant attention given to the provision of amenities for the young and old. This will help stem the tide of a suburban exodus with a viable alternative for family living. 01 Masterplan 02 Aerial of site
  26. 26. Local commercial activity by the waterfront with evening sun including a cafè and cornershop Green courtyards with Streets connecting to local areas - front of evening sun and views houses entrances Sunny evening side - close access to the water, hard edge for BBQ, evening sun and outdoor Main street with commercial, office use seating and an access street for vehicular access to parking garage. 01 02 Sunny day side - soft edge for sunbathing, picnics, sports and recreation 03 Residential 'green street' with low traffic activity M 01 Masterplan sketch 02 Map of area 03 Masterplan diagram
  27. 27. The new neighbourhood is anchored by Three Neighbourhoods a retail highstreet that reaches from the metro to the park, with a view up the river › Building on the identity and character to the castle. of the adjacent communities › Develop and accentuate local character Sitting along side the new park of Zeleny Ostrov are the existing communities › Create identity - sense of place of Karlin, Invalidovna and Liben. None › New amenity for existing identity of these communities have a direct relationship to the new park without this › Add complimentary activities masterplan. › Three unique neighbourhoods, each 02 with a diverse demographic mix Instead of trying to create a new place › Ensuring a balance in the role that each and a new identity, we aim to be more respective city area plays in the city of sustainable by using and improving on the Prague as a whole 01 identity of the existing communities. 02 › Karlin will be the least modified as it is the most established. › Liben is already undergoing 03 tremendous change with the docks development and this will be taken into 04 Prague's new City Park - family, recreation, account. sport and bio-diversity › Rohansky (Invalidovna) is the least › The site provides a new kind of legible of the communities at present, recreation along the River Vltava and it is here that the new heart is being injected, where it is needed › Integration with existing networks of most. recreational islands › Suburban amenity in the city centre - to stem the tide of suburban flight › Riverside walks and a new protected waterbody to promote interaction with the river 01 Site photo › An olympic venue with a strong Prague 02 Site photo identity 03 Building typology sketch 04 Masterplan showing - Zeleny Ostrov, Karlin, › Creation of habitat to keep wildlife in Rohansky and Liben the city
  28. 28. HKR : PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS HKR : PUBLIC PRIVATE PARTNERSHIPS Social › Mix of uses Design for Sustainability › › Use of local materials, services and labour Mix of large homes, apartments, duplex units and social We place sustainability at the forefront of our design strategies affordable housing SOCIAL › Improved amenities › Revitalising city centre communities and social networks YOUR At HKR we embrace the ethos of ‘Design Sustainable development and Benefits of Sustainability PROJECT Economic for Sustainability’. This ethos means environmental design must meet › Increased competitiveness as growing ECONOMICAL ENVIRONMENTAL › Lean construction and efficient buildings building sustainability into design and the needs of the present without numbers of prospective clients are project development, creating cleaner compromising the ability of future seeking highly efficient, sustainable › Future proof investments processes, and considering the generations to meet their own needs. buildings › Energy taxation imminent environment and social impact of our construction activity. › High Building Energy Ratings which are › Flexible development required for the EPB Directive › Design for long life and future change of use The next wave of truly world class advances Sustainability makes a positive › Lower building operational costs due to in design, engineering and building will take contribution to the long-term physical, increased energy efficiency social and economic fabric of the Sustainability is an economic, social, and environmental concept and Environment their inspiration from the need to achieve › Eligibility for government grants and impacts on all aspects of your project. high levels of sustainability. communities in which we work and live. incentives Energy Management › Increased indoor environmental quality › Building Energy Rating (BER) Working within regulatory and legislative environmental requirements, HKR advises standards for building users › Energy saving technologies clients on best practice in sustainable › Greater integration with local › Renewable energy sources design strategies and solutions. development plans and planning authority requirements Water Saving and Site Design › Minimising building water usage › Improvement of site ecology, landscaping and open spaces › Green roof technology Solar Control Wind Shadow patterns Pollution and Waste Minimisation › Minimising building emissions of Co2, NOx and SOx › Waste reduction › Waste management plan for building occupants
  29. 29. Personnel & Offices
  30. 30. Key Personnel HKR’s PPP Design Team: ireland europe David McDowell - B Arch M Arch MSc RIBA MAPM Milan Urban - Dr.-Ing. CˇKA ARB Director - HKR Dublin Director - HKR Prague Nicholas Sutton - B Arch Sc Dip Arch MRIAI Christopher Bell - B Arch Director - HKR Dublin Director - HKR Prague Donal Friel - Dip Arch B Arch Sc MRIAI Iain Aitchison - M Arch Dip Law MRIAI MCIArb Consultant - HKR Dublin Director - HKR Bucharest uk Simon Innes - BA BSc MA MSc Dip Arch RIBA Architect Director - HKR London Philip Doyle - RIBA M Arch Director - HKR Manchester Michael Galbraith - BSc Dip Arch RIBA MRIAI Director - HKR Belfast
  31. 31. Our Offices dublin belfast hkr architects hkr architects 5 Schoolhouse Lane, 9 - 13 Waring Street, Dublin 2, Ireland. Belfast BT1 2DW, Northern Ireland. T: +353 (0)1 663 6400 T: +44 (0)28 9082 0900 F: +353 (0)1 663 6401 F: +44 (0)28 9082 0901 E: dublin@hkrarchitects.com E: belfast@hkrarchitects.com london prague hkr architects hkr prague s.r.o. Studio 7, Wootton Street, Myslbek, Na Pr íkope 19, ˇ ˇ London SE1 8TG, UK. 110 00 Prague, Czech Republic. T: +44 (0)20 7902 2770 T: +420 234 718 600 F: +44 (0)20 7902 2771 F: +420 234 718 699 E: london@hkrarchitects.com E: prague@hkrarchitects.com manchester bucharest hkr architects hkr architects romania s.r.l. The Pinnacle, 73 King Street, Strada Povernei 15-17, Floor 5, Ap 9, Manchester M2 4NG, UK. Bucharest 1, Romania. T: +44 (0)161 830 1850 T: +40 (0)21 313 1353 F: +44 (0)161 839 3056 F: +40 (0)21 313 1354 E: manchester@hkrarchitects.com E: bucharest@hkrarchitects.com WWW.HKRARCHITECTS.COM
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